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An Israeli who moved to Greenwich Village with $100 to his name, Tahari's invested considerably more than a Franklin in his new Dallas boutique, stocking it with all kinds of names you'll pretend to've heard of: mid-century furniture from Edward Wormley and Hans Wegner, chandeliers from Venini, and architectural cues from Milan's Lissoni Associati including a floor-to-ceiling glass-and-metal facade, black steel hand rails, white oak floors, and Venetian plaster walls.

Dallas

Elie Tahari

An Israeli who moved to Greenwich Village with $100 to his name, Tahari's invested considerably more than a Franklin in his new Dallas boutique, stocking it with all kinds of names you'll pretend to've heard of: mid-century furniture from Edward Wormley and Hans Wegner, chandeliers from Venini, and architectural cues from Milan's Lissoni Associati including a floor-to-ceiling glass-and-metal facade, black steel hand rails, white oak floors, and Venetian plaster walls.